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Click for more Jack Reacher PicturesA new featurette for the Lee Child adaptation Jack Reacher has been released. The film is based on Child’s novel One Shot, which is one of 16 novels that center on the Jack Reacher character. In this featurette, the author talks about bringing the wildly popular character to the big screen and defends the decision to cast Tom Cruise as the 6’5”, 250 lbs. title character from the book series. Despite a grating intro that’s narrated by “Movie Trailer Guy,” the featurette provides a nice look at the film and gives fans the chance to hear Child talk about having his material adapted into a feature film. Director Christopher McQuarrie was just recently tapped to helm Mission: Impossible 5 based on his work with Cruise on Jack Reacher, so obviously Cruise and Paramount are happy with the film. Here’s hoping he’s put together a fun thriller that’ll please the book’s legion of fans.

Hit the jump to watch the featurette. The film also stars Rosamund Pike, Robert Duvall, Richard Jenkins, David Oyelowo, and Werner Herzog. Jack Reacher opens on December 21st.

You can watch it in HD over at Yahoo!

Here’s the official synopsis for Jack Reacher:

When a gunman takes five lives with six shots, all evidence points to the suspect in custody. On interrogation, the suspect offers up a single note: “Get Jack Reacher!” So begins an extraordinary chase for the truth, pitting Jack Reacher against an unexpected enemy, with a skill for violence and a secret to keep.

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Jack Reacher TV Spots

Posted by Annie on
November 16th, 2012

There are 2 new TV Spots for Jack Reacher, opening December 21st in the US:

First Look at All You Need Is Kill

Posted by Annie on
November 9th, 2012

Tom Cruise in All You Need Is Kill

Warner Bros. Pictures has released this first look at Tom Cruise in director Doug Liman’s All You Need is Kill, hitting theaters on March 14, 2014. The film is based on the acclaimed novel of the same name by Hiroshi Sakurazaka.

Cruise stars as Bill Cage, who must relive the same brutal battle against an unrelenting alien race in the epic sci-fi thriller from Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures. The film also stars Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton, Jonas Armstrong, Tony Way, Kick Gurry, Franz Drameh, Dragomir Mrsic and Charlotte Riley.

Mission: Impossible star Tom Cruise was recently interviewed and revealed that Mission: Impossible 5 might be on it’s way to the big screen.

The actor explains his experience making films and his vision for the franchise.

[gn_quote style=”1″]”I started Mission: Impossible hoping I could make many of them. It’s a character that I can grow with. At that time it was the most expensive film in the history of Paramount Pictures, and the first film I was producing. It’s been pretty exciting. I’ll make a bunch of those. I’ll make as many as people want to see… because they’re very challenging, and so much fun to make. We’re already working on different images. Talking conceptually. I love traveling around promoting different movies because I’m always looking at different places, and I always walk around to see the city. I look at architecture, subways… coming up with different sequences.”[/gn_quote]

Tom Cruise will next be seen in Christopher McQuarrie’s crime drama Jack Reacher, which hits theaters December 21st.

Mission: Impossible 5 comes to theaters in 2015 and stars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton, Ving Rhames.

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DEADLINE EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures has closed its deal to acquire Our Name Is Adam, the T.S. Nowlin script that will have Tom Cruise play an astronaut who travels back in time and works with his younger self. I reported that Paramount would step up and not waste the first crack it had on the material through its first look deal with Mary Parent’s Disruption. The studio stepped up after it secured Skydance Productions as its partner on the film. There was buzz on the project when it looked like other studios would get a shot at the material, but that pretty much ended when Paramount entered into an exclusive negotiation last Wednesday.

This gives Paramount and Skydance yet another project with Cruise. The parties already have the Mission: Impossible franchise, the upcoming Christopher McQuarrie-directed Jack Reacher, and the sequel to Top Gun.

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Odd though it may seem, Tom Cruise is really getting himself into a sci-fi groove. It’s sort of enough that Oblivion is preparing to open next April and All You Need Is Kill is making its way toward production — especially for someone like him, who isn’t making film-after-film these days — Variety tell us the actor is essentially guaranteed to headline a genre project that’s only known as Our Name Is Adam.

While we’re told the film’s been written by T.S. Nowlin — whose screenplay Agent 13 is expected to get treatment from Charlize Theron and Apes director Rupert Wyatt — and to be produced by Mary Parent (Pacific Rim, Noah), who Cruise worked with on Valkyrie, every other substantial note is withheld from us simple members of the general public. Well, okay, here’s one other thing: Given that the producer’s Disruption Entertainment have a first-look deal with Paramount, it would appear that Our Name Is Adam will end up there. No surprise for Cruise.

Taking the title into some kind of consideration, I’d wager (really for the hell of it) that the movie has one thing or another to do with a mode of creation; further, let’s say it has something to do with genetic engineering. But that’s just a wild guess and, past what little that already is, there’s almost no reason to even guess. Wait Adam out.

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Looks like another movie project for Tom. Still not confirmed whether Tom is starring on it or just producing.

There’s some great intuition on my part. When, last night, I wrote about Tom Cruise‘s ever-so-recent attachment to a sci-fi project titled Our Name Is Adam, the presence of producer Mary Parent‘s Disruptor Entertainment led me — and, it should be admitted, several others — to think Paramount Pictures would end up distributing.

Lo and behold, Deadline now claim the studio is working to bring T.S. Nowlin‘s screenplay under their command, going so far as to “[do] everything they can to make the numbers work before their first look expires and others get a shot at it.” Taking that into account, expect this one to come together in the very near future.

And, though previously held close to the chest, Deadline claim Our Name Is Adam Adam happens to be — should this be true, the title makes a whole lot more sense — “a Back to the Future-style tale in which Cruise goes back in time and meets his former self.” That’s still not a huge amount to know, but, sure, I can go with that.

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Jack Reacher Theatrical Trailer & Screen Captures

Posted by Annie on
October 17th, 2012

The full theatrical trailer of Jack Reacher is up now! The movie opens in US on December 21st.

I’ve also made screen captures from the trailer, they’re up in the gallery, which has a brand new layout! Hope you like it!

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  • Tom Cruise goes badass in new Jack Reacher poster

    Posted by Annie on
    October 16th, 2012

    TotalFilm.com has a new poster of Jack Reacher, opening in US on December 21st.

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    Jack Reacher, the eagerly-awaited action thriller starring Tom Cruise as Lee Child’s indomitable tough guy, has unveiled a new poster, and you can get an exclusive first look right here.

    Looking every inch the badass, this poster should go some way to dispelling certain fans’ fears that Cruise wouldn’t be right for the role. C’mon, he looks awesome! It’s all in the eyes. And the fist.

    The film’s adapted from Child’s novel, One Shot, and follows the taciturn, no-nonsense ex-military policeman as he sets about unravelling the mystery of a trained sniper who has taken out five victims, seemingly at random.

    Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Jack Reacher could be a throwback to the kind of muscular thriller that’s been seen all-too-rarely since its ‘80s heyday, especially if the ‘Tom Cruise is…’ tagline is anything to go by. And with 17 novels in the Child’s series to date, we could be in for a franchise.

    Jack Reacher co-stars Rosamund Pike, Richard Jenkins, Jai Courtney and Werner Herzog. It opens in the UK on 26 December 2012 (after opening in the US on 21 December).

    Rupert Sanders to direct Van Helsing?

    Posted by Annie on
    October 11th, 2012

    On the one hand, Sanders turned in a successful debut picture for Universal with Snow White And The Huntsman, a film that may not have been a massive blockbuster success but certainly turned a tidy bit of business for the studio and teed up what could very well end up being a successful franchise. Clearly Sanders is someone Universal wants to keep in the fold.

    But then, on the other hand, there is Sanders’ well publicized dalliance with Snow White star Kristen Stewart. And while it is nearly impossible to separate truth from pure gossip on that front when it comes to the sequel / spinoff, who will and won’t star, who will and won’t direct, and – more to the point – why people will or won’t star or direct, what has become very clear is that the whole Snow White franchise has become a little bit toxic as long as Sanders is attached to it.

    So, what to do? You’re a studio with a director who has proven himself to be a sound investment but who also carries a whole whack of baggage with him should he continue along his original path. The answer is simple: Having already proven that he can revise and revitalize one classic literary figure, let him do it to another.

    Twitch has learned that Sanders and Universal have engaged in some early and still relatively casual conversations about Universal’s upcoming Van Helsing with the sides expressing a mutual interest in doing the project with one another. Tom Cruise is attached to both produce and star as the titular vampire hunter in the Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman penned story. Cruise is currently filming All You Need Is Kill with Van Helsing a strong possibility to be his next project after that, meaning Universal need to lock down a director fairly quickly and this would certainly seem to play to Sanders’ skill set while also allowing a bit of breathing space for the director before the Snow White spinoff that he is rumored to be directing./blockquote>

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